Grammatik

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Adjektiv / Adverb

For and since

going to - future

if-caluses

Interrogativpronomen

Kontrast Present Perfect / Past Tense

Modalverben

Numbers

Numbers as text

Past Tense

Possessivpronomen

Prepositions

prepositions in relative clauses

Prepositions of time

Present Progressive

Pronomen

Question Tags

relative clauses / contact clauses

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Steigerung und vergleichen

tenses

Verb + ing-Form

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Grammatik

Adjektiv / Adverb

For and since

going to - future

if-caluses

Interrogativpronomen

Kontrast Present Perfect / Past Tense

Modalverben

Numbers

Numbers as text

Past Tense

Possessivpronomen

Prepositions

prepositions in relative clauses

Prepositions of time

Present Progressive

Pronomen

Question Tags

relative clauses / contact clauses

Relativpronomen who / which / that

since or for

Steigerung und vergleichen

tenses

Verb + ing-Form

Verb + to - Infinitiv

will future

Beispielfragen:

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
I _____ (give) her my medical certificate. 

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
I __ (tell) her my name. 

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
One girl ____ (talk) to me.  

You will find the answers __ page 78.

The simple past: Fill in the verbs in their correct form. I ___ (want) to buy a magazine, but then I ___ (see) that my purse ____ (not be) in my pocket any more!

Put in the adjective in the right form!
Ben Nevis is the ___ (high) mountain in Scotland.

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
She __ (ask) me a lot of questions about my new life in London. 

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
First I ____ (speak) to the secretary. 

Übersetze: Sarah ist das Mädchen, dessen Vater Lehrer ist.

I'll be with you __ 5 minutes.

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
Then I ___ (go) to my new classroom. 

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
She_____ (be) very friendly.   

Put in of or from.
Steve Nash is a close friend __ Dirk.

RELATIVE CLAUSES/CONTACT CLAUSES
Put in the missing relative pronoun (who/which or that, whose). Leave out the pronoun if possible.
Jim is going to the disco with the girl ___ used to go out with Mike.

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
One girl ____(come) to me.  

Put in the simple past form of the verb.
They___ (play) a trick on me.

Put in the adjectives in the right form!
London is Britain's ____ (big) and _____ (famous) city.

Simple past of 
bring - ____

Decide which ending is correct:
You didn't pay for my meal, __________

Put in the adjective in the right form!
The Tower of London is one of the ____
(popular) sights for tourists.